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Netflix’s ‘Partner Track’ star Arden Cho character

the 10-episode Netflix series, Arden Cho plays Ingrid Yun, an original Asian American battling to make an accomplice at a lofty law office in New York City

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"It just felt so reviving," says Cho, who plays Ingrid Yun, an original Asian American battling to make accomplice at a lofty law office in New York City. 

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Moon Night

Cho adds of the 10-episode series, which depended on Helen Wan's book of a similar name and created by Georgia Lee.

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Blue is the coldest color

"It's truly interesting," she says. "The perceived hostilities are things that individuals, in regulation workplaces have encountered, yet perceived hostilities you could encounter anyplace — in the study hall, at work, at the supermarket, at the mail center.

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"Furthermore, I love that the show shows it such that occasionally the wrongdoer probably won't realize they're affronting. That probably won't be their goal," she proceeds.

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Billy Alles

 I know for me actually, there were such countless minutes that I was like, 'Ugh, this is so disgusting and difficult, however so genuine.' And I have felt this a bigger number of times than I can count. It's extraordinary to the point that we are recounting to this story, that we're showing the very thing that feels like.

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Carole

Subsequent to encountering her own terrible bigoted assault in 2020, Cho accepts she currently has a superior comprehension of how to deal with perceived hostilities or bigoted comments that come her direction.

 "I think it was on the grounds that socially I'd been educated to not cause disturbances and not create a situation. Or on the other hand on the off chance that you argue, it could become heightened."

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"I feel like I am still in the excursion of learning, as is my personality Ingrid. It's exceptionally concurrent."